I like this idea by Elmwood for Pipeology, a Doncaster-based plumber.
“What services and skills come to mind when you think of a plumber? It turns out perceptions of the occupation are vague and varying – often stereotyped into a few specific tasks. For plumber (and friend of Elmwood) Paul, this was a problem. People didn’t appreciate the breadth of knowledge and services he had to offer.
“The modern home has a network of interconnecting gas, water and heating systems. It’s Paul’s job to master this network – installing, maintaining and improving on it. He even implements complex renewable technologies, such as solar cells.
“These skills lean more on science and engineering than traditional plumbing – it’s no longer just about fixing burst bathroom pipes (although he still does that too).”
Quoted from I don’t just fix the bathroom.
There’s scope for similar pipe-work illustrations, too. It won bronze in The Drum’s Roses Creative Awards.
Related, from the archives, is this logo for Ian the Plumber.